The good news is: The bank restored my funds for my overdrafts! It was the first time something like this had happened and they took mercy on me!
The not so good news? I get myself into commitments. Now I am the official "poster" girl for church. I have two more posters to make next year as we celebrate our 50th anniversary. I volunteered (dumb, dumb, dumb) to make a scrapbook for the Golden Anniversary year.
The old scrapbooks are in disarray. Photos are here there, and everywhere. I want to start getting our history organized for the next 50 years (God willing). Seems the main stream churches are losing more and more members, but we are getting four new members this week!
I digress. I was in a crabby mood Wednesday night (I hate meetings from 5pm-6pm, our dinner time). Decisions are being made about the anniversary event without informing the rest of the committee, so why have meetings?
The next day was errand day with my husband. We had a nice time. We picked out a color for the bathroom. He even let me choose a light shade of green! (He hates green except for money and grass). I had a Groupon for a coffee café, so we went there for breakfast and it was sooooo
good! They have beautiful items for sale there and I admired many things. I loved a bracelet, so he bought it and said it is a Christmas present. That is Jim. He would rather I choose my own presents!
That night I told him thank you for the very nice day. It was nothing out of the ordinary, but just very nice.
Our stove died. Two knobs were already broken for the burners, the thermostat was off by 50° and now the knob broke for the oven. We have had it since 1983. We are just getting another basic white stove, not self-cleaning, no stainless steel. We are on a buy as it dies plan!